|Rag Radio 2011-09-02 / Film Historian Chale Nafus of the Austin Film Society - Rag Radio with Thorne Dreyer|
Chale Nafus was a founding member of the Austin Film Society and now serves as the group’s Director of Programming. He taught film studies for 26 years at Austin Community College, where he also served as Chair of the Arts and Humanities Division and head of the Radio-Television-Film Department. Chale also taught at the Universidad de Puerto Rico (Mayaguez) and in the City University of New York system...
Keywords: Rag Radio; Thorne Dreyer; Chale Nafus; Austin Film Society; Film History
|What's New Interviews Holly Herrick Of Austin Film Society - Tracey Schulz|
What's New Interviews Holly Herrick Of Austin Film Society --- talking about the 20th Anniversary of Dazed & Confused, Texas Film Hall of Fame, SXSW & more!
Keywords: What's New; Interviews; Holly Herrick; Austin Film Society; 20th Anniversary; Dazed & Confused; Texas Film Hall of Fame; SXSW
|What's New Interviews Holly Herrick Of The Austin Film Society - Tracey Schulz|
This week I interviewed Holly Herrick of the Austin Film Society. We talked about their current slate of projects including the School of Rock 10-Year Reunion this week.
Keywords: KOOP; radio; interview; Holly Herrick; Austin Film Society; School of Rock; 10-Year; Reunion; What's New; Radio Show; Jack Black; Richard Linklater; Kimberley Jones; Mike White; Holly Herrick; Austin; TX; Texas
|People United 2014-05-30 - Allan Campbell|
This episode of KOOP Radio's People United features a conversation with Donna DeGennaro, the founder and executive director of Unlocking Silent Histories, and one of her students, Chema Vasquez, about video production, education, and indigenous youth in Guatemala. Donna DeGennaro spoke at the radio station on May 24, 2014, and at her son's house in Austin, Texas, on May 26, 2014, the latter when Chema Vasquez joined the conversation via Internet telephony from San Pedro, Guatemala.
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; Donna DeGennaro; College of Education and Human Development; University of Massachusetts Boston; U Mass Boston; Mariposa Foundation; Chema Vasquez; Unlocking Silent Histories; Austin Film Society; Maya Traditions Foundation; Erin Kokdil; Marisol Morales Calel; Carmen Tzoc Portillo; Emilio Tzoc Portillo; Carlos Vasquez; Tín Vasquez; nonprofit; organization; partnership; indigenous youth; skills; education; technology; video; production; documentary; personal; essay; storytelling; narrative; ethnography; pedagogy; critical; questioning; learning; understanding; aesthetic; technique; interview; nonfiction; representation; engaging; community; family; mother; father; women; men; language; culture; custom; tradition; weaving; labor; agriculture; rural; urban; tourism; substance abuse; deforestation; multinational; transnational; corporation; tourism; armed conflict; internal conflict; civil war; racism; accountability; memory; Pamela Yates; When the Mountains Tremble; Granito; How to Nail a Dictator; Paulo Freire; international; United States; Boston; Massachusetts; Patterson; New Jersey; Philadelphia; Pennsylvania; Dominican Republic; Guatemala; Chirijox; Santa Catarina Ixtahuacan; San Juan La Laguan; San Pedro; history; current events